(Bloomberg) -- Walmart Stores Inc.’s move to eliminate health insurance for about 30,000 part-time workers underscores the mixed benefits of Obamacare for companies and their employees.

Walmart said yesterday it would no longer provide health coverage to employees who work less than 30 hours a week, following similar moves by retailers such as Target Corp., Home Depot Inc. and Walgreen Co. Walmart had already dropped benefits for many new part-time workers in 2012.

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